Wreck And Reference

2013-05-21 20:49:37 UTC

[ Wreck and Reference ] is three years and is not the becoming of dreams. The angst of early malignant bodies growing from dissatisfaction of the glossy and apparent brings down a heavy and sullen blow. An obstacle presents itself true and wide, a collar of lace and aged, yellowing trimmings of a forgotten bride surround the neck.

The biggest craters are existential: an organism’s lack of free will, alienation, and fated death. [ Wreck and Reference ] is mimicry of those undesirables and more which can only be drowned along with the conscious self. As Gottlob Frege’s 1892 exposition Über Sinn und Bedeutung, translated as On Sense and Reference, was the foundation of predicate logic.

[ Wreck and Reference ] is the foundation of man, purified and alone, pitted against collusion of the modern washing away in metallic paints. At the intersection of determinism and the booze soaked wasteland of California, a sole fire consumes the air that the organism breathes.

The end, to which Wreck and Reference in a relentless fashion, is replicative but irrational, the wolf in the throne room. Each jump falls short and when the body rises back to its feet, the chasm widens. The dissolution of atoms and retreat into the universe lie ominous and prostrate on top of a chest where they stifle breath. [ Reviewed by " Pink ". ]

[ Black Cassette ] This title was previously released on digital format. [ Wreck and Reference ] with the help of [ Music Ruin Lives ] finally tied all loose ends making this album available on disc at a strict limited edition of [ 100 COPIES ONLY ]. Also including a bonus track which is not on [ W n R ] BandCamp and is only available on the physical disc. I've said it before and I am saying it again brilliant sound with massive influences from legendary band like [ The God Machine ]. Check out preview and by all means. It’s totally worthy lads. "Black Cassette" on DISC.

[ No Youth ]. Wreck And Reference sound is rather difficult to categorize, one thing for sure we not talking of a warm and calm atmosphere. The noise level on [ Black Cassette ] isn't limited and with a strong vocal curved around raw melodic distortions and massive drums, you sure are about to be elevated on a dark clouded atmosphere.

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wreck and Reference - No Content Artist - Wreck and Reference Album - No Content Release Date - 2013 Genre - Post-metal, Post-hardcore, Post-rock, Experimental, Experimental-noise [ GET IT NOW ] Tracklist 1. Absurdities & Echoes 03:46 2. Abhorrence 02:50 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vinyl Wreck and Reference DIGITAL Wreck and Reference -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Wreck and Reference Album - No Youth Release Date - 2012 Genre - Post-metal, Post-hardcore, Post-rock, Experimental, Experimental-noise [ GET IT NOW ] Tracklist 01. Spectrum 04:17 02. Nausea 03:54 03. The Solstitial 03:00 04. Inverted Soul 02:30 05. Cannot 03:40 06. I Am A Sieve 03:58 07. Obedience 03:10 08. Winter 03:07 09. Stage Collapse 04:31 10. Edifice of Silt 03:32 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wreck and Reference - No Youth -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Artist - Wreck And Reference Album - Black Cassette "Re-release" Including Bonus Track. [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2011 Genre - Post-metal, Post-hardcore, Post-rock, Experimental, Experimental-noise [ GET IT NOW ] Tracklist Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 01 All the Ships Have Been Abandoned Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 02 Surrendering Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 03 In Chains, Awakening Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 04 Evening Redness Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 05 Desire, Ether Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 06 A Lament BONUS TRACK Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 07 No Shepard -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ALBUM STREAMING ~ Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette PHYSICAL ALBUM PURCHASE ~ Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Wreck And Reference Album - Black Cassette [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2011 Genre - Post-metal, Post-hardcore, Post-rock, Experimental, Experimental-noise [ GET IT NOW ] Tracklist Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 01 All the Ships Have Been Abandoned Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 02 Surrendering Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 03 In Chains, Awakening Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 04 Evening Redness Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 05 Desire, Ether Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette - 06 A Lament -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wreck And Reference - Black Cassette -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Lento | Kausal | The Angelic Process | The God Machine | Ulver -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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